Japan Gov’t. Fobs Radioactive Food Off on Public

22 04 2012

From Fukushima Diary

MAFF prohibits private sector from applying strict safety limits

Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries of Japan requested food makers and supermarket to stop their unique radiation measurement for food.

Japanese government applied new safety limit from April, which is 100Bq/Kg for ordinary food, but supermarket chain Aeon applies their original limit, which is 50Bq/kg.

MAFF states, excessive [!!!] safety limit damages producers.

http://fukushima-diary.com/2012/04/maff-prohibits-private-sector-from-applying-strict-safety-limits/

Sounds like the UK when they tried to send their mad cow poisoned beef over to the US after Katrina.

AND … Japan wants to send a lot of their contaminated tsunami debris to the Northern Marianas’ islands – telling officials it’s non-toxic.